Crew Dragons Trunk
Taken by Monika Landy-Gyebnar on March 10, 2019 @ Veszprem, Hungary
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Date Taken: 2019:03:10 05:28:54
 
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Sky was already too bright but I wanted to capture ISS (the first flyby was clouded..). Just took my cam & tripod out in front of the house and 5 minutes before ISS I saw a bright object flying almost the same path as ISS should fly. At first I thought its only a coincidence as there are a lot of satellites our there then I remembered Crew Dragon had left its trunk in orbit before it reentered 2 days ago. After ISS came I could check and yesss, it was the Crew Dragon Trunk! The designation nr. is 44064 so you might find a prediction of its flyby while its still in orbit. (Johnathan McDowell tweeted the des. nr. here: https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/110405540934895616)
First two pics are of Crew Dragons trunk flyby, third pic of it is with ISS also included.

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